The title itself quite explains the atmosphere PHOBoS created, a cosmic storm of frequencies well suited for
Nikola Tesla's birthday party, a circuit circus of some kind with an emotional side to it. Evolving and changing
with such fullness of sound. PHOBoS shows what solo-improvisation is all about.
a word from the artist himself:
"Clouds of Weep, Ball of Flame" was originally broadcasted live on electro-music.com on June 29th, 2012.
Some heavy rain had inspired me to play some music, using the live rainsound as background ambience.
Even though most of the rain didn't last long enough to get into the recording, it did add a nice layer of
wet sounds and I was cheerfully surprised by the timing of certain sounds. The recording was later
processed by editing out unwanted parts and mixing the remaining parts back together in a slightly
different order. Allthough it is one track, it does consist of two different parts, which I would
personally describe as follows:
part1 - Clouds of Weep: Drift along on a playful journey with the clouds. Slowly moving around or taken
on a rollercoaster ride by the wind. weeping with joy along the way, because it's fun to be a cloud.
part2 - Ball of Flame: The sun in all it's fury. Full of energy, burning and radiating. Solar flares
reaching out to destroy everything that dares to come close. Take this ball of flame serious.